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comment Tool to show permissions of path in Linux?
That worked perfectly for my purposes, one "accept" and a +1 for you.
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comment SaltStack returning too much detail
salt 2014.1.10 (Hydrogen), yes, yes.
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comment SaltStack returning too much detail
No, nothing weird like that is being returned, and even the simplest of state files return the same thing: pastebin.com/FWt6JsHf
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comment SaltStack returning too much detail
I made the changes you recommended, but it didn't make a difference. Still the same output format as above...
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comment SaltStack returning too much detail
@DanGarthwaite Just checked, and those files haven't been modified since August 1st.
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comment Zabbix Graphs Data is Intermittent
@asaveljevs Interesting... I hadn't noticed that the errors were so far apart. The problem is that the graph for nas is broken similarly to virt2: i.imgur.com/vDYNQHy.png Those networking errors don't explain that though.
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comment Zabbix Graphs Data is Intermittent
@asaveljevs Ok, so I fixed the errors on virt2 by changing the user parameters to use the right awk (/usr/bin/awk vs /bin/awk). However, one host (nas) is still a problem: pastebin.com/Ew89gJ7T Any ideas?
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comment Zabbix Graphs Data is Intermittent
@asaveljevs Just to clarify, I'm talking about the network errors for virt2. Not the active check errors, those aren't supposed to work for firewall reasons.